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kápol

Hiligaynon

Plaster; to plaster, cover with a plaster, mend, repair, seal or stop leakages or small holes with thick paint, mortar, cement, etc. Kapóli sing pínta ang mga úlo sang mga lánsang sa atóp nga sin. Cover the nail-heads on the zinc-roof with paint. Sín-o ang nagkápol sang tohók sang alhíbi? Who plastered up the hole in the water tank? Ipilák na lang iníng pínggan, kay índì na makapólan ang íya sirâ nga balanâ. Throw this plate away, for it is so cracked that it cannot be mended. (see pálhit, ápol).



kalapól

Hiligaynon

Plaster, any kind of sticky or viscous material. (kápol).


káp-al

Hiligaynon

To stick or adhere to; to paste, smear, put on powder, etc. Nagapakáp-al silá sing pólbos sa íla nawóng. They are powdering their faces. Nagakáp-al ang pólbos sa íya nawóng. Her face is thickly covered with powder. (see ápol, kápol, pilít, pálhit).


kapól-kápol

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of kápol. Also: to patch, mend, repair, make things up, settle amicably or peacefully. (see kapánkápan, tapántápan).


kapólpog

Hiligaynon

To crumble, fall to pieces, said of clods of earth, or the like. Nagakapólpog ang pugá. The clod of earth is crumbling. (see pólpog).


panigúlang

Hiligaynon

To grow old, to age. Nanigúlang siá sa pagkapolís, pagkasologoón, etc. He has grown old in the police force, as a servant, etc. Nagpanigúlang siá sa pagkaímol, kay matámad (siá). He grew old in his poverty, because he was too lazy to work. (see tigúlang).